High phosphate intake, typical in moist food formulations, can damage kidney function in cats, study finds

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(Natural News) Excessive phosphate intake can harm the kidneys of cats, a new study has revealed. According to researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet, too much phosphate can impede kidney function and may be partially responsible for the high occurrence of chronic kidney disease among olderĀ cats. To arrive at this conclusion, the researchers placed 13 healthy adult cats…

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